A French court rules that wire-tapped conversations between ex-President Sarkozy and his lawyer can be used as evidence.
It's the Caption Challenge.
A Falkirk man who raped two women in front of the body of an escort he had stabbed 44 times is jailed for life.
The two sides in a dispute over plans to downgrade maternity services at a Denbighshire hospital are ordered to try and reach an agreement by a judge.
Archaeologists in Madagascar say they have found what is thought to be the treasure of notorious Scottish pirate William Kidd.
The former boss of tour operator Thomas Cook refuses to answer questions at the inquests into the deaths of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday.
Detectives investigating the murder of a 27-year-old man in Leeds arrest five people.
On the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania a County Down woman tells the story of her grandmother's remarkable survival
Thai authorities say more than 50 officers are transferred from their posts over suspected links to human traffickers.
Thousands of people wish Prince Harry well as his Australian army secondment ends - including one woman who proposed to him.
Fifa boss Sepp Blatter says women's football is "limping behind" the men's game in both profile and sponsorship.
The BBC looks at whether recent successes by the Nigerian military against Boko Haram will bring a total defeat for the Islamist militant group.
James Corden's US talk show is nominated for a Critics' Choice TV award, less than two months on from the British star's late-night debut.
One room of a Surrey mansion devastated by fire has survived "almost intact", the National Trust says.
Tom Brady Sr criticises a report claiming his son was "aware" of a plan to under-inflate balls, calling it "Framegate".
Japanese videogame maker Nintendo makes its first annual operating profit in four years, beating its forecast as well as the market's.
Bids in excess of £5.5m are being sought for the former headquarters of the collapsed Caterham Formula 1 team.
The cows that queue up to milk themselves
An 18-year-old man is arrested in connection with a bomb in north Belfast.
Is the Spanish football season really over?